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IGN published this video item, entitled “Star Wars The Bad Batch: What Happens to The Clones After Order 66?” – below is their description.
If you’ve ever wondered what happens to the clones after Order 66, The Bad Batch — the newest Star Wars series coming to Disney Plus — is about to tell that exact story. Star Wars’ The Bad Batch tells the story of Clone Force 99, a group of imperfect Clone Troopers, trying to make it in a galaxy far, far away that’s about to undergo a massive shift following the events of Order 66 and the rise of the Empire.
We sit down with the voice of the clones, Dee Bradley Baker, along with Bad Batch producers Jennifer Corbett and Brad Rau to get an idea of why the Empire swapped out the clone troopers for the obviously inferior Imperial Stormtroopers. And when Grand Moff Tarkin arrives on Kamino and starts asking questions, it makes everyone a little nervous.
The Bad Batch is made up of Hunter, Crosshair, Wrecker, Tech, and Echo and a young girl named Omega. Clone troopers are always boys aren’t they? Nope! Omega is a girl clone who has never left Kamino until she meets the Bad Batch on Disney +. The group survive the end of The Clone Wars (as seen in The Clone Wars Season 7) and are ready for more adventures in Star Wars. Explained here is Star Wars: The Clone Wars and everything we saw in The Bad Batch trailer and The Bad Batch teaser. There’s nothing in existence called The Bad Bad movie but whatever it’s a top search term also let’s throw out The Mandalorian and Attack of the Clones because at least they’re somewhat relevant to the clone discourse. So kick back, relax and find out what happens to the clones after Order 66.
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